A Darker Shade of Magic: A Novel Setting

V. E. Schwab
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Grey London

Grey London is the home of Lila Bard and Barron, the keeper of the Stone's Throw tavern, which is frequented by Kell and Edward Tuttle. Grey London is most similar to its real life namesake, in that the inhabitants possess no magical powers, the common tongue is English, the Westminster Abbey is there, and the city's river is called the Thames. Lila is unaware of the existence of other dimensions before she meets Kell but she is desperate to leave the ordinary, dismal city for a more exciting life, which is exactly what she finds in Red London.

Red London

Red London, aka Arnes, is Kell's home, and the home of the Maresh royal family, who adopted Kell when he was five years old. It lies between Grey London and White London. It is the most physically beautiful and ornate of the Londons and the one with...

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